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This beautiful isle is called ‘Isle of Tears’ and there is a memorial chapel, dedicated to the belarusian soldiers who were killed in the Afgan-Soviet War, on it.It was erected in 1995-1996 and is stylized to look like an ancient Russian Chapel. The cross crowning the spherical dome has a ruby stone which symbolizes blood of Jesus and perished.To be honest, I heard real opera for the first time at my 22 and was pleasantly surprised to like it.As for ballet, “The Swan Lake” was among first ones at this stage and still is being showed.Actually, opera premiered in 1933 with ‘Carmen’, but the building of the theatre was opened in 1939 with the premiere of the opera by Belarusian composer Eugene Tsikotsky “Mihas Podgorny”.Now the repertoire is based mainly on the Italian bel canto (Nabucco, Aida, Tosca, La Boheme and others) and Russian classical operas (Prince Igor, Boris Godunov, Eugene Onegin, etc).And I like the possibility to see b&w films on a big screen most of all about cinema here.Some of such places offer programs of Cannes films, or retrospectives by any director, or weeks of any country’s films or just art-house program...
The tickets price usually varies from to , and I think it is cheaper than in many other countries, so when any foreign troupe comes here it can cost twice or three times more.
Here I had been living during my entrance exams and was enjoying this magic view from the window while looking through it and dreaming to become a student.
To be honest, I don’t know whether I wanted more to become a student or to stay here.
Hello Veronika I sow your pictures, It´s beautiful this place, I hope can visit it one day, so I´m from spain, and I learning english too, I live in a little town from Spain called Tomelloso is a nice place full of vineyards, now is winter and it will snow this weekend and everybody will make a bonfire, Well I hope in the future read more about you.
Sergei Karaliou grew up on a military base in Minsk, Belarus.
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And the inscription above the entrance says: ‘O, Lord, We Are Thy Children’. Trinity Borough started to develop at the turn of the thirteenth century.